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Zámecká myslivna - The Castle Hunting Lodge (a Prague cultural monument) dates from the times of the renaissance. The first written accounts to mention it date from as early as 1564. The exquisite vaulted cellar has been preserved in its original, unchanged form ever since. In the part used for agricultural purposes stands the wooden granary, built in 1622. From 1793 to 1794 the living quarters were reconstructed in the late baroque, almost classicist style. The building has an unmistakable, magical charm, a unique atmosphere and numerous secret recesses typical of popular historical architecture - a genius loci. Everything is uniquely preserved in its original state.